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Happy Bones, Happy Life

Sep 19, 2019

Razi Berry is the founder and publisher of the journal Naturopathic Doctor News & Review, which has been in print since 2005, and the premier consumer-faced website of naturopathic medicine, NaturalPath. She is the host of The Natural Cancer Prevention Summit and The Heart Revolution-Heal, Empower and Follow Your Heart, and the popular 10-week Sugar-Free Summer program.


During this episode, Razi will share with us how taking care of ourselves physically will translate to one’s optimal emotional health. Reconnecting with the three areas in our lives can lead to a journey of self-awareness and self-love, all of these have Razi in an in-depth discussion. And never to be missed are the important reasons why we need to nurture relationships and that everything we do has to come from a place of love.



  • 02:00 - How that shameful incident in her teenage life healed her eating disorder
  • 07:04 - Three relationships that we disconnect from which are in fact necessary to have
  • 11:23 - "A really self-aware person who's rooted in self-love is not going to do what I did and starve yourself into an eating disorder or eat them into diabetes." - Razi Berry
  • 12:50 - What really is "love is medicine"
  • 13:35 -  "It's just the small decisions that we make that are like any mathematical equation, they add up and they multiply and they either result in health or result in disease." - Razi Berry 
  • 14:25 - What is intuition and how does it help us
  • 19:36 - Subtle exercises that help in one's self-awareness check
  • 24:20 - "People that have better Interoceptive sensitivity have a better state of feeling with their thinking, they make better decisions, they make more money, they have less regret." - Razi Berry
  • 25:41 How do our relationships affect our biological, psychological and physiological awareness
  • 27:43 - What is Oxytocin and what does it do
  • 35:23 - All about Love is Medicine project

DISCLAIMER – The information presented on this podcast should not be construed as medical advice. It is not intended to replace consultation with your physician or healthcare provider. The ideas shared on this podcast are the expressed opinions of the guests and do not always reflect those of Margie Bissinger and the Happy Bones, Happy Life program.